French And Indian War Research Paper

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The French and Indian War The French and Indian War, also known as the Seven Years War, was a war between Great Britain and France. It began in 1756 and ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1763. This war was fought to decide which of France and Britain would have stronger power in North America. This war begun due to France’s expansion to the Ohio River Valley(near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania) in the early 1750s which brought repeated conflict to the colonies especially Virginia. Both the French and English wanted power over this area because of its economic potential and wildlife. For two years, France had control of the Ohio River Valley area but was losing other battles in North America. The turning point of the war happened on September 13.…show more content…
An example of this in when French forces took over Fort Prince George in 1754 and renamed it to Fort Duquesne, it shows the effect of language in colonization. The British took over most of Canada and this is why English is the national language in most of Canada and the United States. The British victory helped spread the English language and customs across the continent. The French and Indian War was caused by the conflicts between France and Great Britain. The Indians fought along with the British against the French forces and their allies. The primary cause of the French and Indian War was the government control and English military establishment in the Colonies. People didn’t want to be ruled anymore and they wanted to be free. The defeat of French troops meant that their cultural influences will stop in America. The French lost their alliances with the Indians. They lost their trading arrangements as well as their valuable land and sea trading routes. The French settlers began to be deported from Canadian land and from American land also. Some were forced to move out and were sent back to France or

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